Canada’s Global News reports:
Mak Parhar, the New Westminster man who gained online notoriety for his belief the earth is flat and outspoken denial that COVID-19 exists, has died. New Westminster police confirmed they were called to help paramedics at a home in the Sapperton neighbourhood Thursday morning, but arrived to find Parhar deceased.
In a recent livestreamed video, Parhar reported feeling ill with a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, chills and a cough, which he said was “not CONVID (sic) because CONVID (sic) doesn’t exist.” In a video posted Wednesday, Parhar said he was feeling somewhat better and had recently taken Ivermectin.
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Parhar was awaiting trial for refusing to quarantine after traveling to a flat earth conference. Early in the pandemic he was part of the movement to storm hospitals to film their supposedly empty ICUs. In April, he sued the BC government, claiming terrorism, extortion, and kidnapping related to their COVID restrictions.
BREAKING: Mak Parhar, the New Westminster man who gained online notoriety for his belief the earth is flat and outspoken denial that COVID-19 exists, has died.https://t.co/ViJDEMdHAL
— Global BC (@GlobalBC) November 5, 2021
NEW: Canadian COVID-denier Mak Parhar, who was being prosecuted for breaking quarantine after a Flat Earth conference, found dead after suffering from COVID-like symptoms pic.twitter.com/z0At3M1kxQ
— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) November 5, 2021
“Condolences have been pouring in on his personal facebook page, along with the Flat Earth facebook page”
Live by the sword, die by the sword. https://t.co/cKZvOkKiP7
— Nora Loreto (@NoLore) November 5, 2021